Police Reports are simply a record that an arrest has been made and are not an indication of guilt or innocence.
From the Starke County Sheriff’s Department:
07/15/13 – A theft was reported in the 5800 block of West Woodland Drive in North Judson.
07/15/13 – A resident of the 10200 block of East 500 North in Grovertown told police that someone stole items and vandalized his property.
07/15/13 – A Knox resident told police that a barn near the intersection of county roads 250 North and 300 East had been broken into.
07/16/13 – Someone reportedly stole several air conditioning units from ALCO in Knox.
07/17/13 – A woman told police that a county highway dump truck had dumped a load of brush in the roadway on Range Road and took off.
07/17/13 – Sharon Patrick of Knox told police that her son’s door had been kicked in.
07/17/13 – A hit-and-run incident was reported near the intersection of State Road 39 and Toto Road in North Judson.
07/17/13 – A theft was reported at a foreclosed home in the 2500 block of State Road 39 in North Judson.
07/18/13 – A semi trailer was reported stolen on Range Road in North Judson.
07/18/13 – A resident of the 11700 block of East State Road 8 in Culver told police that someone had stolen aluminum cans, an iron anvil and sheet metal from her yard.
07/18/13 – A theft was reported at a residence in the 9600 block of East 50 South in Knox.
07/19/13 – Sharon Pulliam of Walkerton told police that her mother had a check stolen from her and the check was cashed.
07/19/13 – An air conditioning unit was stolen from the 8600 block of East Long Lane Drive in Knox.
07/19/13 – A hit-and-run incident was reported in the 3200 block of East 200 South in Knox.
07/20/13 – A riding lawn mower was reportedly stolen from the 3400 block of North 900 East in Knox.
07/21/13 – A window was reportedly busted out at the Grovertown Conservation Club.
07/21/13 – Chainsaws, gas and a gas can were reported missing from a residence in the 3200 block of West 625 South in Noth Judson.
07/15/13 – Tina M. Korous, 42 of North Judson, was arrested on charges of Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated as a Class A misdemeanor.
07/15/13 – Arturo Cortes Jr., 42 of North Judson, was arrested on charges of Driving While Suspended and Operator Never Licensed.
07/16/13 – Robert Edward Manns, 38 of North Judson, was arrested on drug-related charges.
From the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department:
07/15/13 – A caller reported that someone pulled into his driveway and he heard shots fired.
07/15/13 – A female caller told police that someone had stolen jewelry from a friend.
07/15/13 – A female resident reported someone had fed antifreeze to her dog and she had to put him down.
07/15/13 – A caller reported he was hunting and someone had possibly stolen his firearm.
07/15/13 – A hit-and-run was reported in Winamac.
07/17/13 – A caller reported a juvenile was throwing rocks at vehicles passing by on the road.
07/17/13 – A man told police that someone had stolen ATM cards from a residence he had previously been staying at.
07/17/13 – A road rage incident was reported on State Road 114 in Francesville.
07/18/13 – Rhonda Danford of Daviess County told police she had been shot by her husband Barry Danford.
07/19/13 – A woman reported her mailbox had been spraypainted while she was out of town.
07/20/13 – A male told police that someone had stolen a hitch from his truck.
07/20/13 – A caller reported someone had stolen lye.
07/20/13 – A caller told police that she had returned home to find someone had stolen her wallet and air conditioning unit.
07/21/13 – A resident reported someone had broken into their residence and stolen $25 in quarters and a pop machine key.
07/21/13 – A resident told police that someone had stolen three sheets of flooring from the back of his pickup truck.
07/21/13 – A caller told police that someone had blown up his mailbox.
From the North Judson Police Department:
07/15/13 – North Judson Police responded to an unwanted guest complaint in the 200 block of Maryland Street. The complaint was resolved.
07/15/13 – North Judson Police responded to a suspicious person complaint in the 400 block of Lane Street. The Officer located the subject and the subject was transported home.
07/16/13 – North Judson Police responded to a vandalism complaint in the 3000 W. block of C.R. 625 S. The care taker of the residence requested extra patrols.
07/17/13 – North Judson Police responded to a vandalism complaint in the 300 block of Dahlke Street. a resident reported to North Judson Police Chief Doug Vessely that a window was cracked on his residence. After A brief investigation, Chief Vessely, located a golf ball that cracked the out side pane of a double pane window and a ripped screen. Chief Vessely estimated the damages at $150.00.
07/17/13 – The North Judson Dollar General requested Police after suspecting they had a shoplifter. North Judson Police Chief Doug Vessely responded and after an investigation arrested 34 year old Amy Lynnette Lowe of Hamlet for Conversion.
07/17/13 – North Judson Police responded to a juvenile complaint in the 200 block of High Street.
07/17/13 – North Judson Police responded to a suspicious person complaint in the 100 block of E. Sycamore Street. The Officer located the subject and advised him to go home.
07/11/13 – Amy Lynnette Lowe, 34, 500 S. Pearl Street , Hamlet, arrested for Conversion.
From the Knox City Police Department:
July 15 – A resident at 303 S. Heaton St. called the Knox City Police Department after finding a purse belonging to an unknown person while hanging her clothes on the line in her back yard. She also told the officer that a man in a white pickup truck blocked the alley next to her residence on Friday, July 12 after 9 p.m., and a second man arrived and the two began taking pictures of the apartment complex and fireworks store next door. She confronted the men and they told her to go back into her house. That same night her clothes which were hanging on the line to dry were stolen. On Sunday, July 14 she saw two men and a woman exiting the basement laundry room of the apartment complex. None of them were known to the tenants.
July 16 – 1:16 a.m. – A woman who was near the museum in downtown Knox reported being followed and verbally harassed by a group of men and one woman, who were following her south on Main Street toward Dollar General. She reportedly ran from them, met some friends and got a ride back to her residence.
July 20 – 22:24 p.m. – Officers responded to the alley behind O’s Tap, where a drunk woman was reportedly removing her clothes. The woman, identified as Crystal Croft, could not stand on her own, according to the incident report, which also indicates she was asked to leave the bar because she was being disruptive and trying to remove her clothes. She told the responding officer she had only consumed alcohol. The officer did not have a portable breathalyzer with him, and Croft reportedly became combative when he told her he was taking her to the jail for a breath test. The report indicates she kicked a Starke County dispatcher and was extremely disruptive at the jail. When she calmed down and took a breath test, she registered .247%. The jail staff advised she was too intoxicated to be booked, so Croft was taken to the emergency room at IU Health Starke Hospital. She reportedly became combative with the hospital staff and officers had to be restrained. She told the ER staff she had taken four ecstasy pills earlier in the evening. She remained at the hospital for observation. A copy of the incident report was forwarded to the prosecutor .
July 21 – Daniel Scott Thompson, 18, North Judson, reported being punched in the mouth by another male while gathering carts in the Five Star parking lot. He was treated at IU Health Starke Hospital. A copy of the incident report was forwarded to the prosecutor.
July 18 – Chase Allen Miller, 19, 7120 E. SR 8, Knox: Possession o f a controlled substance. W. 660 N., Winamac: Public intoxication and possession of a controlled substance.
July 19 – Shawn Thomas Allen, 26.
July 20 – Brad Bradley, 222 Locust Dr., Knox: Disorderly conduct.
July 12 – A 1998 International semi with a trailer, driven by Arnold H. Holeman Jr., 53, of North Judson and registered to Kaisers Crop Service Inc. of Wanatah, was stopped on CR 300 E at the intersection with CR 100 S. and rolled backwards into a 2007 Chrysler Sprinter van driven by James R. Biggs, 69, of South Bend, and registered to Kirby Risk Corp. Damage to both vehicles is estimated at between $5,001 and $10,000.